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Stimulating Activities for Individuals with Alzheimer’s

Keeping seniors active in activities or hobbies that give them pleasure is a great help especially after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. It is essential that you allocate time for meaningful activities with your parents or senior loved ones. However, keep in mind that individuals with Alzheimer’s may have a hard time doing the activities that … Continue reading

Factors That Affect Wound Healing

Diabetes is the result of the absence or insufficient production of insulin, or the inability of the body to use insulin properly. Diabetes affects your body’s ability to heal wounds. MOG Home Health Care Services will try to address your concern on why or how diabetes slows down the wound healing process. Factors that affect … Continue reading

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Tips to Keep Your Eyes Healthy as You Age

Doctors say that as you age, it is necessary that you maintain healthy habits. The same goes for your eye health. The older you get, the more essential it is to take care of your eyes. We all know that the eyes are responsible for our eyesight. Healthy eyes mean clear vision. Here are tips … Continue reading

Depression and Its Related Health Risks to Seniors

Depression negatively affects the way you think, you feel, and you act. For some, it is an illness that is manageable and treatable. Depression may be treatable, but it shouldn’t be taken for granted because it may lead to some health issues. Our medical service in Pennsylvania, however, can help seniors in treating their depression. … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Disease: How Caregivers Can Help

Alzheimer’s is a progressive, untreatable disease that affects an individual’s cognitive function. It is the most common form of dementia that affects seniors and symptoms start revealing themselves only when you reach 60. Those who are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease start to forget things and then, gradually, this will influence their communication ability as well. … Continue reading

How to Prevent Heart Disease and Keep Your Heart Healthy

The heart is the most vital organ of your body. It is responsible for moving the blood throughout the body. It is just a small muscle but creates the greatest impact on your life. If it stops functioning, your life also stops. Hence, it is necessary that one must maintain a healthy lifestyle to prevent heart disease from … Continue reading